Serena Williams Loses US Open Finals

Serena Williams lost during a disappointing final round of the US Open...

Serena Williams lost during a disappointing Final round of the US Open against Aussie competitor Samantha Stosur.

Williams, a winner of 13 Grand Slams, was a clear favorite to take the women's trophy, but unfortunately all that may be remembered from the match was her tirade directed at the line coach.

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In the first game of the second set, Williams fired off a strong forehand and before Stour could hit it, Williams screamed "Come on!" The umpire declared the outburst a code violation and charged a point penalty against Williams.

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Williams debated the controversial call, then lost her cool: "Are you the one who screwed me over last time? Yeah, you are." She was referring to another line judge from 2004.

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According to the L.A. Times, Williams continued by saying: "What a loser, you're a hater... A code violation because I expressed who I am? Really. Don't even look at me. I promise you, don't look at me.… Don't look my way. If you ever see me walking down the hall, walk the other way."

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